Death crash man given jail warning (2001-03-01)
A TEENAGE driver has been warned he faces jail for causing his friend's death in a horrific road smash.
Sausage skin firm fined £6,000 (2001-03-01)
A HAVERHILL sausage skin company has been fined a total of £6,000 by magistrates after admitting charges of polluting a public sewer.
Children enjoy park projects (2001-03-01)
WORZEL GUMMIDGE was brought to life by youngsters having half-term fun in the East Town Park last week.
Haverhill record goes (2001-03-01)
THE seemingly invincible proved vunerable when Haverhill suffered their first defeat in 25 league games when losing 20-18 at Broadland.
Factories keep some production during outbreak (2001-03-01)
TWO major employers in the Haverhill area face disruption from foot-and-mouth disease restrictions but neither expects to stop production.
Woman denies arson charges (2001-03-01)
A WOMAN has denied endangering life by starting fires at a number of properties in Haverhill.
Olympic medal winner joins swim (2001-03-01)
OLYMPIC silver medallist Nick Gillingham took an early morning dip with youngsters at Haverhill on Saturday.
Outreach plan gains success (2001-03-08)
A PROJECT to tackle teenage pregnancy rates in Haverhill, which are the highest in Suffolk, is attracting national attention.
Tory resignation puts power in the balance (2001-03-08)
POLITICAL strife has escalated at St Edmundsbury Borough Council with the resignation of controversial former leader Mike Brundle from the Conservative group, leaving control of the council in the bal...
Teenager's bid for town skate park (2001-03-08)
A HAVERHILL teenager is campaigning for a skate park for youngsters in the town to use.
Why the six local Tories backed arts centre cuts (2001-03-08)
Echo Special Report
Haverhill a hot spot! (2001-03-08)
HAVERHILL is one of the hottest spots in Britain for fast house sales, according to a new survey.
Band to give a 'uniform' performance (2001-03-08)
HAVERHILL Silver Band has started a busy year of concerts and competitions resplendent in new uniforms.
Schools busy week (2001-03-08)
IT HAS been a busy week as both students and staff have flung themselves in to the next half term.
Birthday Bronze for Marilyn (2001-03-14)
European Indoor Veterans Athletics Championships
Playscheme under threat (2001-03-15)
HAVERHILL'S Summer Fun Playscheme may have to be cancelled because a venue cannot be found.
Youngsters star on stage (2001-03-15)
YOUNGSTERS from a Haverhill school starred in a stage adaptation of a best-selling novel
Warning on mice, rats and hedgehogs (2001-03-15)
AN ANIMAL sanctuary owner wants to pass on a warning that hedgehogs, rats and mice can be affected by foot-and-mouth disease.
Castle Manor pupil earns United deal (2001-03-15)
A YOUNG footballer is hoping to kick off a promising career after signing for Cambridge United.
Springtime for a debut single girl (2001-03-15)
A SINGER who started out in am-dram shows is hoping to hit the big time when her first single is released next month.
Get a taste for digital technology (2001-03-15)
FREE taster workshops are to be held at Haverhill at the start of a two-year Multi@rts project for the town, aimed at getting people to use the latest digital equipment.
School says Pants to Poverty (2001-03-15)
AS a result of the continuing foot and mouth crisis, which has caused the countryside to grind to a halt, a planned biology trip to the Babraham Institute has been postponed.
Woman fights off attacker (2001-03-22)
POLICE are hunting for a man who viciously attacked a woman as she walked home after a night out in Haverhill.
Bell pub rings up top national award (2001-03-22)
A HAVERHILL pub has been voted the best Business Development Pub of the Year.
Cooking up a Red Nose treat (2001-03-22)
TWO pupils at the Samuel Ward Upper School were ready, steady, cooking in aid of Comic Relief.
Firm's expansion brings job hope (2001-03-22)
AN AMERICAN drug company is expanding in Haverhill, a move which could create up to 200 more jobs.
Plea for change after tragic death of grandad (2001-03-22)
A SERIES of tragic events lead to the death of a man after he went to the doctor for treatment.
'Oscar' win for council's hard work (2001-03-22)
SUFFOLK County Council has been awarded the local government equivalent of an Oscar for its hard work and commitment.
Derby win sets up a showdown (2001-03-22)
HAVERHILL stayed on course for this week's Eastern Counties Three North title showdown at Stowmarket when winning their local derby at Sawston.
Swimmers help cancer battle (2001-03-29)
A WOMAN with breast cancer, who devotes her time to helping others cope with the disease, has helped her friends organise a sponsored swim at Haverhill.
FA Cup will raise cash for charity at exhibition (2001-03-29)
THE FA CUP will be on view for visitors to a business exhibition taking place at Haverhill Leisure Centre on Saturday.
Baroness highlights the plight of farmers (2001-03-29)
BARONESS Ros Scott, Suffolk county councillor and Liberal Democrat peer, urged fellow peers to spare a thought for the beleaguered farmers of East Anglia who are in the grip of the foot-and-mouth outb...
TWO gym instructors have been limbering up for the London Marathon in order to raise money for charity.
Charity set to go online to aid others (2001-03-29)
A MENTAL health charity has won an internet-ready computer by impressing judges with its ideas on how, with the use of the worldwide web, it can help the community.